On Friday night, I had to walk from the subway to my dorm with my suitemate/friend/babysitting partner Annie after a night of babysitting. At the intersection of 23 St. and Lexington (I think!), the traffic lights weren’t working and the lights to signal pedestrians weren’t working. A traffic jam went down 23rd for as far as I could see, and sirens were blasting and cars … Continue reading Where Do We Go From Here?
Just wanted to do a super quick blog post on a super inspiring speech I heard last night! Also thought I would use it as another opportunity to start another series (this one won’t fail I don’t think???). My blog is obviously Stuck and Lost. And I obviously get stuck on stuff and lost in stuff. Shouldn’t I write about said stuff? I really think … Continue reading Stuck On: The Gay Men Project
Last night I attended a talk at Barnes & Noble Union Square on #GIRLBOSS, a book by Sophia Amoruso, the founder of online clothing retailer Nasty Gal. Amy Astley, the editor-in-chief of Teen Vogue (whom I have had the pleasure of meeting twice now!), interviewed Sophia with her own questions, as well as audience questions. They were also joined by Christin Chang, who is the … Continue reading #GIRLBOSS #GOALS
New York City residents and I felt #BLESSED to have Pope Francis right here yesterday in the greatest city in the world! I think if I was that holy, I’d make NYC a major stop on my heavenly world tour as well. You’ve probably guessed it by now, but I was not able to reach Pope Francis for an interview. I did see him in his … Continue reading Let’s Interview the Pope
I attended two fashion shows on Thursday (the first day), and was not planning on posting until the end of Fashion Week next Thursday. However, yesterday I had the cutest only-at-New-York-Fashion-Week experience that I just really wanted to blog about! I had to “cover” Fashion Week for my journalism course at school, and I had no time to cover it while I was legitimately covering … Continue reading NYFW Surprises
I thought I knew what a cookie was, and then I went to Levain Bakery. In case you didn’t read Saturday’s post (In which case, do it. Now.) I ventured uptown last week in an attempt to be cultured and artsy. After I visited the Bard Graduate Center Gallery and strolled through Central Park with nothing to do and nowhere to be, I remembered. I … Continue reading Whine & Dine: Levain Bakery
Welcome to ya girl’s new blog series! I obviously now live in NYC where there is more food than I will ever be able to comprehend in one lifetime, most of which is expensive, pretentious, and instagram-worthy. But still delicious. I don’t really know anything technical about the food I eat. It’s either good or it’s bad. All I know is that I love to … Continue reading Whine & Dine: Topped Dumplings